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285 GBP  /  $350 USD  /  330 Euros  SOLD

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John Wayne Commemorative Stagecoach Colt S.A.A. .45

Highly engraved with wood display box

             
                         
             
                         
             
                         
                   
 

Rare metal Marushin:

Highly engraved John Wayne Commemorative Stagecoach S.A.A. .45 with wood display box

All metal and superbly engraved, looks stunning!!

All moving parts,  operates. functions like the real thing!

Serial number:  151284

None firing display model, functions, field-strips like the real thing

Weight Approx: 1Kg

Barrel length: 4 3/4in

In new condition

Includes wood display box with "Stagecoach" plaque,  with original instructions.

John Wayne signature on back-strap and famous D from Red River ( John Wayne -  Cattle Brand)

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"Stagecoach" is a film in which two great careers were renewed. Although he had appeared before in many films, as an extra, a stuntman and then an actor in B films, this was John Wayne's first starring role in a film by John Ford.

The end of the decade brought the opportunity to work with John Ford again, this time as a star in “Stagecoach” (1939), the first John Ford movie filmed in Monument Valley.

After working at a breakneck pace in film for more than ten years, Wayne’s on-screen style and unique delivery were established. Probably one of the greatest entrance scenes in the movies, Wayne steals the movie with his physical presence in the role as the rifle-toting Ringo Kid. Having worked as a property man, Wayne knew how to use his tools of the trade. Also making its appearance in “Stagecoach” was the 1892 Winchester carbine rifle Wayne modified himself. The large loop lever and shortened barrel allowed Wayne to twirl it like a pistol.


In 1948, United Artists released Red River, the story of visionary rancher Tom Dunson (Wayne) and his creation of a cattle empire from the early days of the settling of the west to later years when his ruthless individualistic values clash with those of his adopted son, played by Montgomery Clift. John Ford’sStagecoach had established Wayne as a star in 1939. Ford’s viewing of Red River prompted him to say of Wayne, “I didn’t know the big son of a bitch could act.” John Wayne, the actor, was born.

Howard Hawks the director of Red River had silver belt buckles with a twisted silver wire rope edge, a D and two wavy lines in solid gold, the words “Red River” in gold wire and various initials and the date 1946 in cut gold made up as gifts for some of the cast and crew. These buckles have been known since as the Red River D belt buckles. John Wayne wore a Red River D belt buckle in a number of his later westerns including Rio Bravo, El Dorado and Rio Lobo, all directed by Howard Hawks. In total Wayne wore a Red River D belt buckle in nine films.
 

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